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Help with file xfer via Internet

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by txmielnik, Oct 12, 2006.

  1. txmielnik

    txmielnik IncGamers Member

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    Help with file xfer via Internet

    I'm looking to send i file via the internet that is about 350mb in size between North America and Europe at a descent speed ie 30kb/s and higher. I would get the files burned and sent to me but that would take to long anyone know of any website that would allow this type of xfer. Any help would be appreciated, so far i have only come across sites that have a limit of 100mb.
     
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    thegiantturtle IncGamers Member

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    Is there a reason you can't split the file into 4 pieces with one of those handy utilities (winRAR, Chainsaw, etc), send each piece, and then combine them back together at the other end?
     
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    AIM? BitTorrent? IRC? FTP?

    ???
     
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    bg1256 IncGamers Member

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    Many instant messaging programs support file sharing.

    Of course, that requires each party being online at once, and I'm not sure of your situation.
     
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    mhl12 IncGamers Member

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    use winrar or 7zip to archive it into several volumes. You can then use upload sites such as rapidshare, megaupload, or yousendit.
     
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    ffejrxx IncGamers Member

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    whalemail supports large files
    nm, along time ago it was free, now it costs 30$/mo for 1g

    if either pc has a static ip you can setup an ftp server and port forewarding on routers and xfer that way

    aim mail now has a 2g limit
     

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